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Pickens squads win Western District

Two Pickens Recreation Department volleyball squads advanced to play in the SCAP State Volleyball Tournament at Myrtle Beach over the More »

Courier Letters to the editor 12-7-16

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After ACC title, Tigers advance to playoff again

By Alex Maminakis Courtesy The Journal alex@upstatetoday.com ORLANDO, Fla. — The Clemson Tigers are ACC Champions for the second straight More »

Red Devils fall in third round

By Jimmy Kirby Courier Sports jkirby@thepccourier.com SALUDA — What a difference a week made in the life of Liberty High More »

County events kick off this week

By Jason Evans Staff Reporter jevans@thepccourier.com PICKENS COUNTY — Blue Ridge Electric Co-op held its annual tree lighting ceremony last More »

Tigers make quick work of Gamecocks

Kerry Gilstrap/Courier Clemson receiver Artavis Scott celebrates after a touchdown against South Carolina on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. By Scott More »

 

Pickens police seek donations for K-9

PICKENS — The Pickens Police Department is still in the process of raising funds to procure a police dog.

The department had one in the past, and Chief Travis Riggs believes bringing a K-9 to the force will be an invaluable asset to the city.

Post 11 donates money to help support Pickens K-9 officer

PICKENS — American Legion Pickens Post 11 public relations officer Joe Acampora handed over a check of $250 to Pickens Police K-9 officer Braden Wimpey for  a new K-9 dog and trainer program to be initiated in the upcoming months.

The dog will be

Pickens squads win Western District

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Two Pickens Recreation Department volleyball squads advanced to play in the SCAP State Volleyball Tournament at Myrtle Beach over the weekend, winning the Western District on Saturday, Nov. 19. Both the 9U and 12U squads beat Liberty and Easley to win the Western District title. Pickens’ 4U team also competed in Myrtle

Courier Letters to the editor 12-7-16

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What your shoes can tell you

When is the last time you looked at the bottom of your shoes? If it’s been more than a year, you might be surprised. You could discover uneven wear or spots that are nearly worn through. Both of those can cause balance problems and lead to slips or falls.

VA podcasts get thumbs up

The Department of Veterans Affairs has launched a weekly podcast titled “This Week at VA” that includes benefit information and interviews with veterans. So far it’s pretty good.

One episode features a blind Navy vet who’s a Paralympic Gold Medalist. Bradley Snyder is

Courier Obituaries 12-7-16

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After ACC title, Tigers advance to playoff again

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By Alex Maminakis
Courtesy The Journal

alex@upstatetoday.com

ORLANDO, Fla. — The Clemson Tigers are ACC Champions for the second straight year, and College Football Playoff-bound once again.

Clemson defeated Virginia Tech

Red Devils fall in third round

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By Jimmy Kirby
Courier Sports

jkirby@thepccourier.com

SALUDA — What a difference a week made in the life of Liberty High School football, as Saluda turned the tables on Red Devils with a 35-5 win in the third

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